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northeast now preparing for the storm, which is strengthenin g again. decades after a minnesota boy went missing, investigators say they've found his remains. and a u-i professor explains how people, all the way up in iowa, can feel an earthquake hundreds of miles away. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news saturday morning news. good morning and thanks for joining us. we begin with first alert storm team meteorologis t britley ritz. another day quite like yesterday, just slightly warmer and a little muggier. temperatures this morning will be in the upper 50s and low 60s, but will warm in to the low 80s this afternoon
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skies into the afternoon. as more moisture flows into the tv9 viewing area due to a southerly wind. evening temperatures will be warmer, expect lows in the low to middle 60s. with overnight lows into the 60s and a southerly wind continuing, high temperatures will be on the rise. monday's highs will be in the middle to upper 80s and dew points will be in the 70s. even though it's meteorological fall, it sure still feels like summer. today: mostly sunny to start then turning partly cloudy. seasonable. wind: s 5-15 thanks britley. hermine could once again become a hurricane. this is a live look at ocean city new jersey where the storm is gaining strength after heading back out to sea. it's sustained winds are at
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tropical storm warnings are in effect as far north as connecticut. in florida, thousands are still without power along the gulf coast. hermine hit that area as a category 1 hurricane early friday morning. this is video of some of the flooding from the tallahassee area. governor rick scott says as as many as 300 thousand people were without power in the state. he says getting it restored is his number one priority. "every place i've been, whether its tallahassee or cedar key power. so the top concern of residents i've met with is regaining power to their homes and businesses so they can begin the recovery process. " hermine killed 2 people on its way north, saturday. as it weakened into a tropical storm over georgia and the carolinas, hermine still packed a punch. this is from wilmington, north carolina, on the atlantic ocean. people there say the storm knocked down trees, branches, and sent this
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officials to close several bridge's on north carolina's outer banks. if you were up at 7:00 yesterday morning, you may have felt something odd for iowans iowa. an earthquake rattled at least seven midwestern states. this is video of pawnee, oklahoma near where the five-point-six magnitude quake was centered. one u-i professor says iowa can easily sense other earthquakes due to it's rock bed. "the rocks here in the midwest aren't fractured, they're not weak, so they're sort of like a really well built bell it rings. and it rings very efficiently. " the professor says this is the biggest earthquake to hit the midwest in five years. that one was also in oklahoma. more than 25 years after an 11-year-old minnesota boy went missing, investigators say they've found his remains. jacob wetterling was kidnapped in october of 1989. he was on a bike ride
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his brother and a friend. investigators say a person of interest in the case, 53- year-old danny heinrich, led authorities to the remains. heinrich goes to trial next month for child pornography charges. dna evidence found last year linked heinrich to another abduction from 1989. no charges in the wetterling case have been filed. new this morning, a crash involving an atv killed a kalona woman this weekend. the iowa stat merritt of iowa city was driving an atv at 100 shiloh drive, early yesterday morning. investigators say merritt and a passenger, 22-year-old elizabeth lenton , were ejected from the atv after it rolled. lenton died on the way to the hospital. merritt was taken to university of iowa hospitals and clinics. we don't know his injuries at this time. a bicycle crash killed a 10-year-old boy in davenport. police responded to
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rockingham road on friday night. investigators say the boy was riding his bike down a hill. he lost control and struck a tree. paramedics pronounced him dead at the scene. authorities are not releasing the boy's name until family members are notified. protests against the bakken pipeline got violent, this weekend. tribal officials say the violence started after construction crews destroyed native american burial and cultural sites. authorities say protesters injured four security guarda a tribal spokesman says security pepper- sprayed 30 protesters and dogs bit at least 6. investigators say no law enforcement was at the construction site when the incident occurred. the crowd disbursed when officers arrived. no one was arrested. dakota access is building the bakken oil pipeline from north dakota to illinois. it will cut across 18 counties in iowa. once complete, the line will carry about 450 thousand barrels of crude
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kids warm with our coats for kids campaign. we're collecting new or gently used coats all this month. then we'll pass them out to kids. go to kcrg dot com for a full list of donation sites. you can also donate money online. purses are no longer allowed at hawkeye football games. hawk fans weigh in on the new regulations while headed into kinnick.
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another day quite like yesterday, just slightly warmer and a little muggier. temperatures this morning will be in the upper 50s and low 60s, but will warm in to the low 80s this afternoon for most. some sunshine this morning will turn into partly cloudy skies into the afternoon. as more moisture flows into the tv9 viewing area due to a southerly wind. evening temperatures will be warmer, expect lows in the low to middle 60s. with overnight lows into the 60s and a southerly wind continuing, high temperatures will be on the rise. monday's highs will be in the middle to upper 80s
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70s. even though it's meteorological fall, itureill ft en turningrtly cloudy. seasonab: 5-15high: 81 alo: 80 dbq: 79 io1 78 to 84 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-10 low: 64 alo: 64 dbq: 62 iow: 64 61 to 67 tomorrow: mostly sunny, warmer and more humid. wind: se 10-20 high: 87 alo: 86 dbq: 85 iow: 88 84 to 90 tom. night: partly cloudy. chance of storms. wind:s 5-15 low: 69 alo: 69 dbq: 68 iow: 70 66 to 72 tuesday: a chance of storms early, then again in the afternoon. warm and muggy. high: 87 low: 69 wednesday: storms likely. high: 86 low: 68 thursday: partly cloudy. high: 83 low: 65 friday: chance of storms. high: 78 low: 61 saturday: sunny. high: 77 low: 58 monday: mostly sunny. high: 79 low: 55 thanks britley. thanks britley. another day quite like
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temperatures this morning will be in the upper 50s and low 60s, but will warm in to the low 80s this afternoon for most. some sunshine this morning will turn into partly cloudy skies into the afternoon. as more moisture flows into the tv9 viewing area due to a southerly wind. evening temperatures will be warmer, expect lows in the low to middle 60s. with overnight lows into the 60s and a southerly wind continuing, high temperatures will be on the rise. monday's highs will be in th 70s. even though it's meteorological fall, it sure still feels like summer. today: mostly sunny to start then turning partly cloudy. seasonable. wind: s 5-15 high: 81 alo: 80 dbq: 79 iow: 81 78 to 84 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-10 low: 64 alo: 64 dbq: 62 iow: 64 61 to 67 tomorrow: mostly sunny, warmer and more humid. wind: se 10-20 high: 87 alo: 86 dbq: 85 iow: 88 84 to 90 tom. night: partly cloudy. chance of storms. wind:s 5-15
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tuesday: a chance of storms early, then again in the afternoon. warm and muggy. high: 87 low: 69 wednesday: storms likely. high: 86 low: 68 thursday: partly cloudy. high: 83 low: 65 friday: chance of storms. thanks britley. after last year's success, the iowa start to the 20-16 football season. we'll have highlights from their week 1 matchup with miami of ohio,
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season opener. the hawkeyes are 3-0 all-time against the redhawks, their last meeting was in 2003. scott saville has the highlights. it was great to see former hawkeye player and coach dan mccarney back at kinnick statium as the honorary captain.. and the
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winner right from the start as he rips off a punt return but it was called back for targeting by josie jewell who's day was done early.. "it sucks, but next man, like i said. next man in, they gotta be ready to go." the hawks did put together a nice drive capped off by the leshun daniels one yard touchdown run.. and the iowa defense came up big jack hockaday who replaced jewell with the big hit forcing the fumble and nice return by parker hesse who came p that set up this akrum wadley 11 yard touchdown run and a big day for akrum who rushed for 121 yards.. "jerminic smith had that corner sealed. so i got a little cute, got a little high-step going, and then they must of got off the block and then i went in there. coach brian ferentz told me, 'don't do that no more.'" and iowa "d" forced another turnover moments later big anthony nelson with the sack and former xavier standout matt
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nelson and nelson., "i had a lot of butterflies, but after that, i had my teammates helping me and after that, they really settled me down and got me in a comfort zone." and iowa doing some damage on the ground in the first half.. daniels showing off his speed look at the big rumble 43 yards for his second td and a 21-nothing iowa first quarter lead.. "i don't get that many type of plays. whenever i get the opportunity, i want to make the most of it." greet your brother after the touchdown. what was that like?" "it's pretty cool. it's pretty cool to celebrate with him. when we were kids, we didn't know if we were going to be able to play division 1 football. it's really cool." and the hawks took a 28-7 halftime lead on wadley's second touchdown of the game.. and iowa opened it up a little more in the thrid quarter.. jerminic smith the 12 yards touchdown grab to give the hawkeyes a 35-7 lead.. "a lot went through my mind.
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my first college touchdown." miami of ohio answered with two straight touchdowns to cut the lead to 35-21.. but the iowa defense rose to the ocassion again that guy anthony nelson with the sack for another fumble and the hawkeyes put the game on ice with the derrick mitchell td run for the 45-21 win to open the season "there were some mis wins are tough to come by. any time you can start 1-0, that's all you can ask for." "we had some new guys playing, some young guys playing. so, this is really invaluable as far as helping moving them forward." sometimes stats are deceiving and miami actually outgained iowa by 20 yards. the big difference was turnovers; the hawks forced three turnovers, two by anthony nelson on those sacks.
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... northern iowa and iowa state squared offeach other at jack te stadium. last year, the cyclones defeated the panthers 31-7. --opening game for new iowa state head coach matt campbell...1st quarter, joel lanning goes up top to dondre daley for the touchdown...7-0 isu... --it stayed that way until the second quarter as uni capitalizes on a cyclones fumble as aaron bailey hits tyvis smith....game tied at more...bailey escapes the pocket...has some room to run, but gets wacked and the ball comes loose...cyclones recover near midfield... --then lanning finds allen lazard over the middle for a big gain inside the uni redzone... --the cyclones cap the drive as lanning looks to hakeem butler who goes up and makes a juggling one- handed catch in the endzone...13-7 isu after the missed pat... --uni's defense comes up with a
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of the pocket....lanni ng tries to get rid of it as karter schult takes him down in the end zone....it's ruled a safety....that makes it a 13-9 game... --on the ensuing drive, uni with 4th and goal at the 2 with 2 second to play....they go for it and bailey rolls out and dives across the goal line....uni with a 16-13 lead at the half... panthers hang on to win 25-20 ... it was the season opener for all the division three schools. coe has a new head coach this year, but the same last josh ... kohawks open up the season with wisconsin- river falls ... first drive for the kohawks, kennedy grad trevor heitland, moved over to running back this year, goes to the outisde, throws a stiff arm and stretches across for the 7-yard touchdown... kohawks with the early 7-0 lead ... next coe drive... on 3rd and 16, gavin glenn rolls to his left... he launches it down the field and prairie grad demetrius harper makes a spectacular catch in front of the
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runs it in for the 1-yard score... coe up 14-0 after one quarter ... and heitland wasn't done... in the 2nd quarter, kohawks swing it out to him, and he does the rest... gets some great blocking and will run it in for the 26-yard touchdown 4 tds on the day for heitland... kohawks give tyler staker his first win as a head coach, 35-20 was the final ... let's look at some other local football scores in the iowa conference... that is not a typo, dubuque beat bethel i was 1546 yards of total offense combined... luther falls to la crosse and elmhurst squeaks by loras 28-27... in the midwest conference, cornell crushes iowa wesleyan in the season opener, 51-21.
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yesterday, just slightly warmer and a little muggier. temperatures this morning will be in the upper 50s and low 60s, but will warm in to the low 80s this afternoon for most. some sunshine this morning will turn into partly cloudy skies into the afternoon. as more moisture flows into the tv9 viewing area due to a temperatures will be warmer, expect lows in the low to middle 60s. with overnight lows into the 60s and a southerly wind continuing, high temperatures will be on the rise. monday's highs will be in the middle to upper 80s and dew points will be in the 70s. even though it's meteorological fall, it sure still feels like summer. today: mostly sunny to start then turning partly cloudy. seasonable. wind: s 5-15 high: 81 alo: 80 dbq: 79 iow: 81 78 to 84 tonight: partly cloudy. wind:
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61 to 67 tomorrow: mostly sunny, warmer back to you forrest. this year, football fans won't be able to take their purses into kinnick stadium to watch the hawkeyes. a new 'clear bag' policy dictates the size of any bag going int reports. fans in line anxiously awaiting to enter kinnick stadium to cheer on the hawkeyes some of them stopping by security to make sure their bag is good to go inside. the stadium's clear bag policy has erica bobst confused "luckily we park here in the lot so even if we get stuck with something we can dash back, but it's almost easier to not bring a back in at all." while suzie lampi is deciding to to play it safe with her gear. "it's understandable for security reasons, but i'm just going to end up not taking anything in, and leaving everything in the car. i'm not
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gate, so i'm just going to leave my phone and everything in the car." nancy miller proudly shows off her clear bag in iowa city. "i think it's an excellent idea in today's world. and um it's quite large. you can put in whatever you need. it's great. no problems." she doesn't think the policy is confusing, and feels she will get through the line fast with her bag to watch the hawkeyes "it's not a big deal. you walk through, you show, you move on and enjoy the game." in iowa city, phil reed kcrg tv9 news to find the exact specifications on what size stadium, just look for this story on kcrg dot com. nearly three months after the death of their son, an iowa couple wants to raise awareness about ptsd. they're also asking the v-a
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they say doctors refused to treat their son. that's next on tv9. stay with
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shot to death. it's been more than two years since a massive fire destroyed a historic building in downtown des moines. now, developers are releasing plans for the high-rise that could replace it. and a third party candidate is trying to build momentum in the midwest two months out from the november election. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is the kcrg-tv9 saturday morning news. but first, meteorologis t britley ritz has your first another day quite like yesterday, just slightly warmer and a little muggier.
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to the low 80s this afternoon for most. some sunshine this morning will turn into partly cloudy skies into the afternoon. as thanks britley. this morning, four people face murder charges in murder charges in connection to the shooting death of a waterloo man. 25-year-old jacques williamson and 20-year-old shavondes martin, are both
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and a weapons count. 17- year-old armand rollins and 15-year-old doncorrion spates face the same charges. 21 year-old otavious brown died in a drive-by shooting, july 17th. he was shot in the chest. two other men were also wounded in that shooting. brown's death was the fist homicide in waterloo of the year. a burlington man will spend decades in prison for killing a man last year. a judge sentenced 28- year-old prison, friday. green pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, burglary and intimidation with a weapon. prosecutors say he killed matthew banks in april of 20-15. investigators say the two were arguing over a dice game earlier that day at green's home. des moines police now believe it was a stray bullet that killed a woman at a family dollar store parking lot. police found 55-year-old
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gunshot wound to her head friday. investigators think the bullet was fired from an area west of where she parked her car. police haven't made any arrests. "this makes us furious and it should infuriate the community to the point where they're just not going to tolerate it any more. " perry's granddaughte r was sitting in the car with her until she went into the family dollar store. police say the bullet came through the window where the granddaughte r had been sitting she came out of the store to find perry shot in the head. police now say the the family of an iowa veteran says the va needs to pay more attention to the needs of soldiers. the family of brandon ketchum joined a group of veterans at the iowa city ped mall last night to bring awareness to veteran suicide. the group '22 no more' organized the event. it gets its name from the estimated 22 veterans that commit suicide every day. ketchum committed suicide in june. his family says ketchum asked the va to admit him to the psychiatric ward for post
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according to the family, doctors refused and ketchum later committed suicide. "when veterans commit suicide or when they come back from combat services just aren't available or they're hard to get or access and when they ask for help the helps not there " ketchum is originally from wisconsin. last week, his family met with a senator there to try and get the v-a's inspector general to investigate this case. this morning, parts of oklahoma are cleaning up after the strongest earthquak affected the midwest. a five-point-6 magnitude earthquake hit near the town of pawnee, oklahoma around 7:00 yesterday morning. it damaged some buildings in the town of about 2 thousand people. the mayor says emergency management and crews from cities around the area are all chipping in to help clean up. "the worst damage is the building just on the other side of the square. from what we can tell that's the worst damage. it's an old historic sandstone building and some of the outer walls have broken away and fallen onto sidewalk. and that's just from a drive-by. the building inspectors will give us
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we have to make sure the buildings are safe before we let people in " that earthquake was felt in at least seven different states, including iowa. we talked with a professor at the university of iowa yesterday who showed us readings from the school's seismometer. the professor explained why iowa can easily sense earthquakes from hundreds of miles away. "the rocks here in the midwe weak, so they're sort of like a really well built bell. and if you strike that bell it rings. and it rings very efficiently. " the professor says this is the biggest earthquake to hit the midwest in five years. the previous was also in oklahoma. a development firm planning to build a high-rise in downtown des moines has big plans for the former younkers site. blackbird investments announced
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that juts out from the top floor of the building. that pool would hang hundreds of feet above downtown. the rest of the project includes 276 apartments and a business center, with office space and conference rooms for tennants. the old younkers building was under construction in 20-14 when it burned down. that early morning fire forced responders to shut down several city blocks because of falling debris. investigators were never able to pinpoint what caused the fire. some may not recognize the name of presidential candidate gary johnson. yesterday the former new mexico governor met with hundreds of supporters in des moines. johnson is running as a libertarian. national polls show he has gathered about 10 percent of national support over the past several weeks. voters gathered to hear him speak at grand view university, yesterday afternoon. johnson spoke about balancing the budget for future
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for those that are young and we've got to fix it. to balance the federal budget that is about the future. that is about dealing with the entitlements." while johnson is way behind in the national polls, he's hoping to get at least 15 percent. if he achieves that, he says he can participate in the first presidential debate in new york. donald trump told african american members of a church in detroit e city on saturday. his visit was part of an outreach to the african- american community. trump said he understood how tough discrimination has been. "our nation is too divided. we talk past each other, not to each other and those who seek office do not do enough to step into the community and learn what is going on." trump also says the nation needs a new civil rights agenda, focusing on
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dozens of protesters gathered outside the church before trump arrived. during a news conference, speakers stressed that trump attending an african american church service was not the equivalent of speaking to the community. the current president of the united states is discussing foreign policy this weekend. president obama says now is the time to finish off the islamic state.
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us now with your weather wise question. another day quite like
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temperatures this morning will be in the upper 50s and low 60s, but will warm in to the low 80s this afternoon for most. some sunshine this morning will turn into partly cloudy skies into the afternoon. as more moisture flows into the southerly wind. evening temperatures will be warmer, expect lows in the low to middle 60s. with overnight lows into the 60s and a southerly wind continuing, high temperatures will be on the rise. monday's highs will be in the middle to upper 80s and dew points will be in the 70s. even though it's meteorological fall, it sure still feels like summer. today: mostly sunny to start then turning partly cloudy. seasonable. wind: s 5-15 high: 81 alo: 80 dbq: 79 iow: 81
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se 5-10 low: 64 alo: 64 dbq: 62 iow: 64 61 to 67 tomorrow: mostly sunny, warmer and more humid. wind: se 10-20 high: 87 alo: 86 dbq: 85 iow: 88 84 to 90 tom. night: partly cloudy. chance of storms. wind:s 5-15 low: 69 alo: 69 dbq: 68 iow: 70 66 to 72 tuesday: a chance of storms early, then again in the afternoon. warm and muggy. high: 87 low: 69 wednesday: storms likely. high: 86 low: 68 thursday: partly cloudy. high: 83 low: 65 friday: chance of storms. partly cloudy. high: 76 low: 59 sunday: mostly sunny. high: 77 low: 58 monday: mostly sunny. high: 79 low: 55 another day quite like yesterday, just slightly warmer and a little muggier. temperatures this morning will be in the upper 50s and low 60s, but will warm in to the low 80s this afternoon for most. some sunshine this morning will turn into partly cloudy skies into the afternoon. as
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southerly wind. evening temperatures will be warmer, expect lows in the low to middle 60s. with overnight lows into the 60s and a southerly wind continuing, high temperatures will be on the rise. monday's highs will be in the middle to upper 80s and dew points will be in the 70s. even though it's today: mostly sunny to start then turning partly cloudy. seasonable. wind: s 5-15 high: 81 alo: 80 dbq: 79 iow: 81 78 to 84 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-10 low: 64 alo: 64 dbq: 62 iow: 64 61 to 67 tomorrow: mostly sunny, warmer and more humid. wind: se 10-20 high: 87 alo: 86 dbq: 85 iow: 88 84 to 90 tom. night: partly
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low: 69 alo: 69 dbq: 68 iow: 70 66 to 72 tuesday: a chance of storms early, then again in thanks britley. could become a hurricane again. it's gaining strength as it gets closer to major cities in the northeast united states. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's
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an 11-year-old boy from minnesota dissapeared. this weekend, investigators outside of saint cloud announced they had found the remains of jacob wetterling. a man police say is a 'person of interest' in the case led the fbi to his body. kate raddatz reports. parents stopping by the st. joe
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until the late hours. : "we went everywhere we just knew you had to be home for dinner and bedtime u could roam anywhere."but on october 22, 1989--that all changed. : "it kind of took away innocence."11-year-old jacob wetterling's disappearance rocked st. joseph and took over national headlines. it changed parenting forever. : "life changed after that very much."sandy stocker used to live in jacob's neighborhood. she says her two children were playing outside that night and saw jacob and his friends after they left on their fateful trip the convenience store. : "they had to stay in the house and we went with playgrounds or to their friends and made sure that's where they were." : "just everything we took for granted riding their bikes to the park or going to a park reserve."annie rogers was living in plymouth with her two children when jacob went missing. she says it didn't matter where you lived. : "i think it just touched america in a way that it's not such a safe place anymore we have to be vigilant."with jacob's remains found, could we ever go back to that time of innocence. : "i think it's changed forever we, i do." : "no it's gone i think."
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requires states to maintain sex offender registries. so far, no charges have been filed in wetterling's case. in minnesota is back in his hometown. a funeral service was held yesterday for philando castile. a police officer from a saint paul suburb shot castile after a traffic stop in july. castile's girlfriend live-streamed the aftermath online, starting protests against police violence. "all we're looking for is justice right about now. we need justice for my son. and i am lobbying for new laws as far as how police or police in our communities so this will not
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the officer who shot castile has not been charged. the shooting is still under investigation. a new scholarship program at mississippi university is honoring two catholic nuns killed last month. sisters margaret held and paula merrill were both graduates of the school's nursing program. so the school set up a scholarship in their name to help a deserving graduate nursing student who does merrill, who both worked at a clinic, were found stabbed to death on august 25th inside their home. a 46-year-old man is charged in their murders. this morning president obama is talking foreign policy with 20 other world leaders. he's attending the g-20 summit on china's east coast. the president spoke at a meeting with turkey's president overnight. he commended the country for helping push back the islamic state group in the middle east. but he says more needs to be
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"turkey is a strong nato allies, a critical member of the coalition against isil. our military, our law enforcement and intelligence coorperation has helped push isil back especially along the syrian- turkish border but we now need to finish the job. " the g-20 summit goes through tomorrow. this morning, post tropical cyclone hermine could once again become a hurricane. this is a live look at ocean city new jersey where after heading back out to sea. it's sustained winds are at about 70 miles per hour. that's just four less than a category 1 hurricane. tropical storm warnings are in effect as far north as connecticut. in florida, thousands are still without power along the gulf coast. hermine hit that area as a category 1 hurricane early friday morning. this is video of some of the flooding from the tallahassee area. governor rick scott says as as
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power in the state. he says getting it restored is his number one priority. "every place i've been, whether its tallahassee or cedar key that's what their saying is the power. so the top concern of residents i've met with is regaining power to their homes and businesses so they can begin the recovery process. " hermine killed 2 people on its way north, saturday. as it weakened into a tropical storm over georgia and the carolinas, hermine still packed a punch. this is from wilmington, north carolina, on the atlantic storm knocked down trees, branches, and sent this family's trampoline flying. the storm also forced state officials to close several bridge's on north carolina's outer banks. we'll take another look at your first alert
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kids warm with our collecting new or gently used coats all this month. then we'll pass them out to kids. go to kcrg dot com for a full list of donation sites. you can also donate money online. now, a final look at the
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another day quite like yesterday, just slightly warmer and a little muggier. temperatures this morning
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good morning, america. new overnight, states of emergency. hermine's fierce winds pounding the coast. the watches and warnings from virginia to southern new england. the dangerous storm surge and rip current. the deadly tractor trailer accident. and a tornado tearing through this campground. who's in the danger zone we have team coverage this morning. ? seeking support. donald trump's first visit to a black church. >> those who seek office do not do enough to step into the community and learn what is going on. >> his promise to make america prosperous for everyone. will it be enough to sway african-american voters? fair scare. the ride that went haywire. kids dangling.

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